The Bubble Nebula (NGC 7635) is the most famous object in this image, at the top and right of center. The Bubble is surrounded by nebula Sh2-162,
a cloud of glowing hydrogen gas located approximately 10,000 light years away.

The large Open Star cluster M52 is to the upper right of the Bubble, and is located 4,980 light years away.
This Open Star cluster offers a fantastic view in any small telescope.

Sh2-161 Nebula complex is at lower right and the nebula continues off the FOV.
NGC 7538 (Sh2-158) is the very bright patch of nebula near the bottom edge of Sh2-161.

At the bottom left is the massive star formation region known as The Lobster Claw Nebula (Sh2-157), Just beneath the Lobster’s claw is the bright open star cluster NGC 7510.

Half way between the Lobster Claw and The Bubble Nebula is a newborn star(a tiny orange squiggle shaped nebula beside the star) this is Herbig-Haro 170.
Herbig-Haro objects form when gas ejected by the stars collides at high speed with surrounding clouds of gas and dust. You will need to zoom in a little to see this object.

Sh2-159 is a small patch of nebulae lying near center between all three of larger nebulae regions.

Celestron 8 inch F2.2 RASA, ZWO AM5 Mount, ZWO 294MC cooled Cmos Camera, ASI Air Plus via Ethernet to IPAD,
15 x 300 seconds subs exposures, total 75 minutes total integration time. Captured from my observatories at JBSPO in Yellow Springs, Ohio on 08-19-2023.

Best Regards,
John Chumack